Global Expedition Vehicles, which specialises in custom overlanding vehicles, created the Pangea RV that can be built on medium-duty trucks from brands like Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner Trucks.
The Pangea has amenities that can be found in any non-mobile home, such as a kitchen, a dining area, a bathroom, and several beds. But unlike traditional homes, the roof of the Pangea can be hydraulically lifted, giving the tiny home a 10-foot interior height and access to the lofted beds.
In total, the tiny home on wheels is 8 feet wide and 17 feet long, although customers can request the length to be extended up to 25 feet. The interior dimensions of the tiny home falls just a bit shorter with a length of 16.3 feet, width of 7.3 feet, and height of 6.3 feet from the floor to the bottom of the lofted bed.
This isn’t the only build from Missouri-based Global Expedition Vehicles: the company has at least nine other builds – not including custom designs – including the UXV-MAX which, along with the Pangea, starts at $US650,000.
Natural light floods into the Pangea through its flush-mounted windows and electric skylight.
The glass windows also all come with shades and insect screens.
For safe entry at night, there is a motion-sensing LED light by the entryway door — which also includes a three-point lock — that automatically turns on.
The overlander has vinyl flooring, and white fibreglass walls and a ceiling that is easy to clean, according to Global Expedition Vehicles.
Storage can be found throughout the Pangea. This includes the cabinets above the dining booth and rear storage compartments.
For the RV enthusiasts who also double as foodies, the Pangea has a kitchen with every traditional kitchen amenity.
For example, there’s a sink, induction cooktop, seven-cubic-foot refrigerator with two drawers …
… 2.7-cubic-foot freezer, and a microwave convection oven.
The kitchen countertops can be lined with granite to give the Pangea a luxurious touch.
There’s also an option to include a steam oven or to convert the single or double induction cooktop to a diesel base.
The kitchen’s custom cabinets and drawers allow for cookware and pantry staple storage.
The kitchen’s 120-volt outlets allow cooks to use plug-in kitchen tools, like a blender.
Meals made in the kitchen can be eaten at the dining booth that can seat six people.
The booth sits beside two windows, allowing for a scenic meal.
The U-shaped booth can also be optionally replaced with a sofa or chairs.
USB and 120-volt outlets near the booth also allow it to be used as a workspace.
The dining area can be converted into a 60-inch by 80-inch bed.
However, the dining booth-bed isn’t the only sleeping space on the build.
There’s a lofted platform that can fit a king-sized mattress. However, there’s also the option to include two lofted sleeping areas that can each fit queen beds.
The lofted beds can be accessed when the roof is lifted …
… using a staircase with integrated storage units for smaller belongings.
The bedrooms are also equipped with reading lights and a headboard that has a 120-volt and USB outlet.
After a long day out, Pangea owners can clean up in the bathroom …
… which is equipped with a shower, cassette toilet, medicine cabinet with a mirror front, sink, and cabinet for toiletry storage.
The bathroom and kitchen sources water from the water heater and 140-gallon water tank. There’s also a 42-gallon grey water tank onboard the RV.
For outdoor relaxing, the Pangea can be fitted with an awning that can either be manually operated or electronically operated.
But for indoor entertainment, the build comes with wall-mounted television and Bluetooth-capable speakers.
A washer and dryer can be selected as an optional upgrade.
The tiny home on wheels comes with a heater, air conditioner, and roof fan that regulates the temperature of the home, which is already insulated with closed-cell foam.
These amenities are all powered with an inverter charger, three 200-watt solar panels, 3,200-watt diesel generator, and three 270-amp hour AGM batteries, to name a few power sources.
The Pangea can be built on medium-duty trucks from automakers like Kenworth, International, and BAE, along with Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner.